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This is a set of MG34/42 assault drum magazines with their carrier. All three items retain their original paint finish. The carrier is has three number makers code 959 for Felbeck & Picard, Stahlwarenfabrik and dated 1942. One of the drum magazines has the three letter makers code 'hqu" for Markes & Co, KG Metallwarenfabrik and is also dated 1942. The other drum magazine has no visbible makers code or date.
A set of MG34/42 assault drums magazines with their carrier. The drums magazines and carrier have been post-war repainted to ordnance tan. However both drums have their three letter makers code clearly visibly "hqu" for Markes & Co, KG Metallwarenfabrik and dated 1943. The carrier is also dated 1943 and has a two letter makers code "wa" for Hugo Schneider AG.
This is a spare barrel carrier ( Laufschutzer ) for the MG42 machine gun. The carrier retains all of its original paint finish and webbing sling. It has a faint makers three letter code "brc" for Fritz Weber & Co and dated 1943.
This is a nice example of spare barrel carrier ( Laufschutzer ) for the MG42 machine gun. The carrier retains its original finish and webbing sling. It is maker marked "brc" for Fritz Weber & Co and dated 1943.
This the optical lead with its battery box for use with various optical sighted weapons, range finders and other optical equipment for use at night. It was also used on the Zeilfernrohr 34 and 42 optical sights for used on the MG34 and MG42 machine guns. This example comes with its battery box, which is missing its securing clip. The lead lead is not secure to the plug and will come away. Both items are marked with the letters SA ( Suomen Armeija ) Finnish Army, which was supplied with various optical equipment from Germany during WW2.
This is in fact a Luftwaffe emergency runway lantern. However these lanterns where favoured and sort for by Panzer crews for additional lighting within the crew compartments. The Lanterns where battery powered. The top half of the lantern was produced by "Dominit" and has the Werke-Nr 17968. The lower half was produced by "CEAG" and has the Werke-Nr 5082.
This is a very nice example of a M1924 stick grenade box with its carrying rack. Both the box and rack retain their original paint finish. The box is stamped with a nice clear waffenampt and the grenade rack which is marked with the word "Sprengkapseln" ( Detonators ) which where housed in s special compartment at both ends of the top of the rack. One of the spring clips on the rack is missing.
This is the M1939 light weight chemical agent protective suit, which consists of the carrying bag, gloves, neck protector and boots. The protective trousers and webbing belt is missing. The boots are stamped with a waffenampt. The bag is maker marked "gdl" for Schussler & Co and dated 1941. The gloves are also maker marked "cee" for Textil-Gummiwarenfabrik and dated 1942. The neck protector is also dated 1942 and maker marked "gdy" for "Becker & Co. GmbH.
A good example of a early production model of the M1930 gas mask with its canister which retains its original webbing straps. The gas mask comes with a FE37 filter which is dated 1941. The canister retains its original paint and comes with spare lenses still in their issue packet. The canister is dated 1936 and maker marked "Schiebach".
A good set of short wire cutters which are dated 1940 and maker marked "V.BW".
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